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MC2 STEM High School Family Weekly Notes: 10/29/2018

October 28, 2018

MC2 STEM High School


Family Weekly Notes: 10/29/2018




    “No man has a good enough memory to be a successful liar.”

- Abraham Lincoln


MC2 STEM High School Communication

Halloween Dress Down Day – NO COSTUMES or MASKS

Halloween is fast approaching, and we are preparing at MC2 STEM High School for a safe and healthy morning with our children on Wednesday, October 31, 2018. As you are well aware, SAFETY is a priority at school. We aim to ensure that ALL students, staff members, and visitors feel comfortable throughout the day with the attire and behavior of all persons on school grounds. To accomplish this objective, we must remind you that Costumes and Masks are prohibited in the school buildings. Students, however, may participate in a mid-week dress down day!


Congratulations Mr. Wolf- Keynote Speaker in Tel Aviv!

This week, our very own Mr. Wolf will be traveling to Tel Aviv where he will be the Keynote Speaker at Cloud Native Israel. Cloud Native Israel is the evolution of the OpenStack Israel community. As the global cloud technology revolution continues, so must this group and annual conference continue to grow with it. So, we are proud to bring you the all new Cloud Native Day Tel Aviv event and Cloud Native Israel community. This incredible community of entrepreneurs and developers has grown to over 1000 members over its six year existence and hosted renowned speakers from all around the world on all topics OpenStack. We are now expanding the scope of this event to include the latest and upcoming technologies that are most relevant to the developer community in Israel. Read more here:


Ohio STEM Learning Network 2019 Design Challenge on Food Security

All Ohio K-12 students are invited to participate in the OSLN Design Challenge.  This year, we are partnering with Ohio Soybean Farmers and Ohio Corn and Wheat, to ask students to: Work as a team to imagine, design and prototype a solution to increase food security in your life, community, or world.  Improving local access to food will prepare us for the greater challenge of feeding 9 billion people by 2050.  School teams will present their solutions at a school-wide showcase, and the best solutions will be invited to present at the statewide showcase in May.  For more information visit:



Agenda for this Week

Monday, October 29, 2018